Run The Money
Follow Run The Money

All posts by David Domzalski

5 Top Prenuptial Agreement Benefits

  • August 10, 2022

people signing documents

If you’re getting married soon, then a prenup may be something you might want to look at. While once seen as something more insulting, it’s slowly becoming the norm, especially for millennials and Gen Z who are getting married.

So, what is a prenup? A prenuptial agreement is a contract that outlines the rules and conditions of a marriage before it takes place. Prenuptial agreements are becoming increasingly popular, with more than half of all marriages now involving one.

There are many benefits to consider when entering into one, such as ensuring that you have financial security and protecting your assets in case of divorce. This can also be a way to make a divorce less sour as there will be agreements already put into place that both parties must agree on. While there is a lot to think about before getting married, here are some additional things you just may want to keep in mind that is beneficial.

Read more

Effective Tips To Ensure Financial Stability as a Business Owner

  • August 10, 2022

woman reviewing items at her business

It is difficult enough to start a small business, let alone be successful. One of the significant hurdles every first-time business owner will encounter is learning how to run a business on the spot. Besides, just because you operate a small business doesn't mean you're an accounting, finance, or billing expert - those are necessary skills. However, startups must prioritize establishing a steady income stream to avoid losing money or, worse, going out of business!

Fortunately, there are ways in which business owners can avoid common mistakes and achieve a financially stable business. Here are five simple strategies we've pulled together for financial stability.

Read more

How To Reduce The Risk Of New Business Failure

  • August 9, 2022

business owner serving a customer

More and more people are launching new businesses, despite horror story headlines suggesting that up to 90% of companies fail within the first 10 years.

The odds may be against you as a new business owner, but there are ways to reduce risks and ensure that your start-up doesn’t become a statistic. In this guide, we’ll outline ways to beat the odds. 

Read more

3 Smart & Affordable Ways To Manage Your Classroom

  • August 9, 2022

male teacher instructing his students

Every teacher has experienced students failing to pay attention in class or simply misbehaving. That only happens when you don’t manage your classroom the right way. Figuring this out can be a complicated process when you’re first starting out.

There are more than a few ways to manage your classroom that you can choose from. While you might need to adapt them to your particular teaching style and students, many of them can be effective.

With a bit of work, your students should pay more attention in class and behave properly.

Read more

6 Things You Have To Do As An Adult

  • August 8, 2022

woman on vacation overlooking a huge forest

There's no getting around it: death is a part of life. And while it's not something people like to think about, there are some things you should do before you die, both for your own peace of mind and for the sake of your loved ones. 

Read more

5 Ways to Prepare for an Economic Recession

  • August 8, 2022

It's a sign of recession. Recession business and stock crisis concept. Economy crash and markets down.

It’s terrifying to think about, everyone just got through the COVID pandemic (which is still technically among us), but yet, the news states that economists are predicting an economic recession in the first half of 2023. While it’s hard to say if this will actually happen or not, it never hurts to try and stay prepared. It really doesn’t take much for the economy to become a major disaster. So, with that said, here are some ways that you can prepare and keep yourself safe in the case of an economic recession.

Read more

How To Make Your Employees Feel Valued

  • July 26, 2022

group of employees

It's never easy to find the best people to work for you. As an employer, you might worry about hiring people who aren't reliable or who don't care about doing their jobs well. Because it's hard to find the right people to work for you, you should do everything you can to keep good team members once you find them. It's not always easy to keep workers, but it's always worth it. Making your employees feel like you care about them is a great way to make sure they stick with your company and continue to work hard and give it their all. Here are some ideas to help you keep your employees longer and make them feel like they are important and appreciated.

Read more

7 Things To Remember If You’re Fired

  • July 20, 2022

woman learning on a conference call that she was let go from her job

Getting fired can leave you feeling angry or even traumatized. You might be tempted to give your boss a piece of your mind, but it's critical to stay calm. Keep in mind that what you do in the next half hour can either have a negative impact on your career or be a stepping stone to something better. Here are some things to remember.

Read more

Industrial Sector: 9 Tips To Create A Safer Workplace

  • July 12, 2022

worker using tools during work day

There is no single answer when it comes to the question of what health and safety measures industrial sectors should take. It depends on the specific industry, the type of work being done, and the hazards present. However, there are some general steps that all industries can take to create a safer workplace.

Read more

How To Manage Your Finances As A Small Business

  • July 11, 2022

small business owner counting her money

As a small business owner, you’ve got a lot on your plate and it’s not always easy trying to organize everything by yourself. One of the most important things to get right is your finances.

Read more
1 2 3 152
>